Yummy Peach Smoothie Recipes!

Enjoy a delicious peach smoothie whenever you want! You really can make a homemade fruit smoothie that is tasty and packed full of nutrients!

Add a juicy peach to your next smoothie recipe. You will find that peaches are not only delicious eating as is, but they are also perfect in smoothies.

sliced peaches

Smoothie Tips

#1 Buy peaches in bulk!

During the peach season... Everyone knows of at least someone who is selling large boxes of peaches to raise money for a good cause. It might be to add more books to the school library or for a group of kids to go on a class trip. Plus, they are usually sold in boxes during the harvest season. So they are actually juicy ripe, not apple hard and flavorless.

Do a good deed... Buy a box! Freeze the peaches that you will not use within a couple of days. These frozen peaches work great in fruit smoothies.

Freezing peaches for your smoothies is a piece of cake. Wash the peaches thoroughly. Slice them in half and remove the pit. Cut each peach into at least eight pieces, more if you have a low quality blender.

Cover a cookie sheet with parchment paper. Lay the pieces of peaches on the cookie sheet. Place the cookie sheet in the freezer until the peaches freeze. Usually, it takes 3-5 hours. Grab the frozen peaches out of the freezer and pour them into size appropriate baggies.

Make sure to place them back into the freezer before they thaw. :)

#2 Use Frozen or Canned Peaches

Of course, you can use frozen or canned peaches. Fresh is always best! (The flavor is better and of course the nutrients are most likely to be better as well.) If fresh isn’t available, I prefer frozen over canned as it has gone through less processing.

If you have to buy the canned peaches, make sure that the peaches are stored in its own juice.

The best trick to create a smoothie with a lot of flavor is to use fully ripened peaches. I have enjoyed these homemade fruit smoothie recipes immensely. I hope that you enjoy them too!

Have a blast blending!


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Peach Smoothie Recipes

Peaches ‘n Cream Smoothie

1 fresh peach, pit removed

1/2 coconut milk (or 2 tablespoons coconut milk powder with 1/2 water)

1 banana, frozen

1/2 teaspoon stevia

8 ice cubes

Add the peach, coconut milk, banana, stevia, and ice into the blender in that order. Blend on low for 10-15 seconds. Then blend on high until completely smooth. Serves 1-2

Strawberry Peach Smoothie

1 fresh peach, pit removed

1 banana, frozen

3/4 cup strawberries, frozen

1/2 water

1/2 teaspoon stevia

5 ice cubes

Add the peach, water, banana, strawberries, stevia, and ice into the blender in that order. Blend on low for 10-15 seconds. Then blend on high until completely smooth. Enjoy! Serves 1-2

Citrus Peach Smoothie

2 ripe peaches, pitted and sliced

1 orange, peeled and seeded

1 banana, peeled

12 ice cubes

5-10 drops NuNaturals Vanilla Stevia Drops

Add the peaches, orange, and banana to the blender and blend. Add the ice and stevia and blend until ice is smooth. Makes approximately 3 cups



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